Clarissa by Samuel Richardson (not the above Clarissa exactly but I couldn't resist)
Oh man this is a long one. I’m about half way through now and sometimes it’s easy to read, sometimes it a struggle, it goes from being a page turner with lots of things happening to suddenly nothing happening while being very repetitive. I will finish it however but I’ll be glad when it’s done.
Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
All you none kindle owners can now feel a little smug now if you like as I lost my kindle charger and had to order a new one. In the meantime of course I couldn’t carry on with this novel until I received said charger and I admit I did often say to myself ‘this would never with to a real book’. But anyway this is a fine book and one I’m very much enjoying.
Dracula by Bram Stoker
I needed to start one while I was waiting for my kindle charge to come through and since I recently rewatched the film I picked this up. I last read it when I was 18 and I appreciate it so much more now.
Bringing up the bodies by Hilary Mantel
This is now just embarrassing but I needed a ‘bath book’ and Clarissa is too big, kindles and water do not mix and my copy of Dracula is too nice. I loved Wolf Hall and I love this one also.
The Diary of a nobody by George and Weedon Grossmith
This was my recent holiday read which I read very quickly. A real gem of a book.
Ok so that’s my reading at the moment. It’s all far too heavy going but there you go, I might be done by January!
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